Massachusetts officials seek comments on science-ed requirement

03/30/2005 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

The state Board of Education yesterday asked for public comment on a plan to make the science MCAS a requirement for graduation from high school. Science and business leaders urged board members to support the plan, saying too few students are entering the science field. The board is expected to formally adopt the plan in June.

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